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  • On 'Vulnicura,' Bjork is heavy and at her most personal

    In the opening measures of Björk's new album, "Vulnicura," the Icelandic artist offers a direct statement of purpose, one involving personal upheaval she describes as "a juxtapositioning fate." Mentioning "moments of clarity as so rare, I better document this," Björk directs her gaze in that first song, "Stonemilker," on the dissolution of a relationship.
  • After leak, Bjork releases new album 'Vulnicura' two months early

     
    The Iceland avant-pop singer Bjork has released her new album two months early after the record leaked online earlier this week. "Vulnicura," her first release since 2011's album/iPhone app "Biophilia," was announced a few weeks back when a hand-scribbled...

    Zeena Parkins Joins Improvisations At Real Art Ways

    Zeena Parkins Joins Improvisations At Real Art Ways
    Harpist/composer Zeena Parkins' music doesn't pay much attention to generic boundaries or limitations. She works with classical and one-of-a-kind electric harps, keyboards, accordions and an arsenal of shape-shifting pedals and gizmos that would make...

    Bowie a pop hit for MCA, which ponders what's next

    Bowie a pop hit for MCA, which ponders what's next
    The Museum of Contemporary Art's blockbuster "David Bowie Is" exhibit closes Sunday and, therefore, you have only a handful of days left to experience the following uncommon phenomena: packed MCA galleries. Moreover, because the show was designed to...

    Alex Borstein, a woman of many voices with just the right tone

    Alex Borstein, a woman of many voices with just the right tone
    "Hello?" I said into the phone, questioning whether the line's crackling was the sign of a bad connection or a dropped call. "Hello?" replied a voice I thought to be my own: an echolike combination of nasally, high-pitched and Midwestern-cum-Valley girl...